About Student Ministry
Our purpose and passion is to see students become disciples of Jesus as we lead them to believe in Christ, belong to His body, and be trained in truth. We are passionate about students finding LIFE to the full through Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 2:8 says "being affectionately desirous of you, we were ready to share with you not only the gospel of God but also our own selves, because you had become very dear to us." This is the call we give to our students and their leaders: to pursue gospel-sharing relationships while doing life together.
Elevate is the first Wednesday each month.
Our biggest and most fun gatherings of the school year! Elevate is fun, energetic, and packed with worship and Truth. Elevate includes everything from wrangling a chicken during a game to a sermon on navigating friendships in middle and high school. This is for ALL of our 6th-12th grade students and our awesome small group leaders will be there joining in on the party!
What about every other Wednesday?
The heartbeat of our Student Ministry is small groups. Every student is placed in a gender and grade specific small group led by young adult leaders. Small groups meet weekly, in homes all across our community. We believe that life is better in community, and students are encouraged, challenged, and loved best in their small groups. This is where we see true LIFE CHANGE happening.
The fun doesn't stop there.
During the school year, Springs Students hosts events that are more than just an ordinary hang out. Last year, we played ultimate squid, had a dance party with a giant turkey, and welcomed some crazy guests at our Dodgeball Night. When you come to an event, bring a friend and get ready to have the best time of your week! Stay updated with our Events Page.
On Sunday mornings we encourage our high school students to participate in our church body by joining their parents for the entire corporate worship service. Middle School students will join their parents for the worship portion of the morning and then transition during announcements for a time of teaching with Student Ministry leaders.